I may be a ‘Hard Ass’ but at least I am not a ‘Dumb Ass’

Nothing like being scolded for using the word ‘ass’ by the guy who is rumored to drop the F-Bomb quite frequently to whoever is in the room. As for a grammar reference, the term ‘Hard Ass’ refers to a stubborn mule, you know, the mascot of the party you belong to, Mike? The F-word refers to sex. So Mike, I think the people of Sioux Falls would appreciate you refrain from using the word from now on.


#1 Disgusted on 04.09.15 at 10:42 am

Amen! I have heard of many reports of the filthy mouth of our egotistical mayor who builds alters unto himself so all may worship (as in the OT)….plaques, billboard photos, etc. all to remind the public of how wonderful he is and that he is the center of it all in SF. Won’t you come worship him?

This brings to mind his public comment of “Don’t you wish there were two of me?”

#2 Dan Daily on 04.09.15 at 11:21 am

Just say dang. I don’t feel the need to use foul language but I do say ass once in awhile. The mayor and city government are frustrating corruption. I’ll accept anyone using curse words about them.

#3 My Mistake Mike on 04.09.15 at 12:49 pm

At least you removed your hat first!

#4 Joan on 04.09.15 at 5:49 pm

Back in the late 60s when my late brother was in Marine Corp basic training their commanding officer told the guys that the only people that have to swear or use foul language are the ones that aren’t smart enough to think of other words to use. Everybody has an ass, it just kind of depends on how you use it. HA! People who are in the public eye should be careful of what they say, you never know who might over hear it.

#5 Not a Fan on 04.09.15 at 11:32 pm

Had anyone else used the term “hard-a$$” Huether would have said nothing, but since it was Scott, he won’t pass up a chance to try and embarrass him or belittle him.

Huether only proved that Scott gets under his skin. It”s very hypocritical of Huether to make that statement in front of the camera considering his language when the camera is off.

#6 duggersd on 04.10.15 at 5:53 am

Teaching Spanish, I have students just about every year ask if I know how to swear in Spanish. I answer yes. They then ask me if I can teach them. I answer yes. After a while, they ask IF I will teach them. I answer no. They ask why. I tell them that profanity is nothing more than ignorance vocalized. I don’t get the question as often as I used to, probably because of Google translate.

#7 l3wis on 04.10.15 at 9:41 am

Just so you know, I was grinning, smirking and winking at Mike when he was scolding me. I could care less what he thinks. Respect is a two way street.

#8 Jim on 04.11.15 at 5:03 pm

Next time tell him one of decisions was asinine, then just just stare at him.